New research has revealed both urban and rural citizens are concerned about climate. London Councils’ Chair of Transport and Environment and Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville says it's vital that government sees local councils across the country as an “indispensable partner” in reducing emissions.
From recommendations like re-training of workers that made him applaud to those that made him pause for thought, Durham County Council's Climate Champion Cllr John Clare shares his reflections on the IPPR Tees Valley and County Durham Climate and Fairness Panel.
From planting 30 community orchards to turning a disused railway line into a greenway, Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is championing district-wide, nature-based climate action. Cllr Joe Porter, Cabinet Member for Climate Change & Biodiversity, explains more.
UK100’s Political Advisor Dom Goggins takes a first look at BEIS’ new Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, published this morning. He says the new strategy is welcome and starts to fill the Net Zero policy gaps, but we still need a plan to support local leaders’ essential role in reaching Net Zero.
UK100's Parliamentary Officer lays out why success of the National Infrastructure Bank hinges on the design of its mandate and what parliamentarians should be asking of Ministers in the Budget debates to ensure fiscal policy is aligned with Net Zero and the levelling up agenda.
A group of cross-party rural leaders, representing over 40% of the UK’s land area, have written to three ministers urging government to imbed a 'deeper understanding' of the countryside context when shaping the future of rural transport.